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Resources for Teaching in Texas

Principals Offer Advice to Job Seekers

Have a plan, a portfolio, and a good attitude! That's just some of the advice Education World's Principal Files principals have for soon-to-be college grads looking for their first teaching positions. Any educator who is involved in a job search will benefit from this advice from the people who are doing the hiring! http://www.nea.org/jobsearch/ifck040720.html


TX Workforce Commission Offers Job Resources

The Texas Workforce Commission website provides information about "making a living and a difference as a teacher in Texas." The site answers such questions as how to obtain Texas teaching credentials, what teaching fields are in high demand, and what veterans need to do to teach. Included are links to special programs and incentives available for prospective teachers. http://www.twc.state.tx.us/careers/teaching.html


NEA Endorses Teachers-Teachers Job Bank

NEA recommends Teachers-Teachers to teachers looking for a position and districts looking for a teacher. At last count, 215,118 job seekers and 1,296 school districts had signed up. It's free. http://www.teachers-teachers.com/